Making the world sit up and take notice of workwear was no mean feat, but costumer Janie Bryant did it. Focusing on the men and women working at a New York advertising agency in the ’60s, suddenly we all wanted a Don Draperesque boyfriend in a slick suit, trench coat and fedora (and for him to look like Jon Hamm). It’s impossible to think of Betty (January Jones) without visualising a fitted waist and full skirt, or Joan (Christina Hendricks) without remembering those figurehugging dresses. And didn’t we all cheer when Peggy (Elisabeth Moss) found her fashion mojo and made a plaid suit and red polo look chic?
It’s like the ’60s version of a Next catalogue –only better